History and Future of Radar and EW (Virtual Lecture)

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A motivational presentation that begins with the history of radar, including trivia and fun facts. It continues by showing recent advances in Radar and electronic warfare, emphasizing both military and commercial applications and then discusses the recent radar market, and the reasons for engineers to embrace this field.

This meeting will be virtual. The login information will be sent to registered attendees.



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  • Date: 16 Jun 2022
  • Time: 06:00 PM to 07:30 PM
  • All times are (UTC-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
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  • Starts 19 May 2022 12:34 PM
  • Ends 16 June 2022 04:00 PM
  • All times are (UTC-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
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Lorenzo Lo Monte, PhD Lorenzo Lo Monte, PhD

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History and Future of Radar and EW (Virtual Lecture)

A motivational presentation that begins with the history of radar, including trivia and fun facts. It continues by showing recent advances in Radar and electronic warfare, emphasizing both military and commercial applications and then discusses the recent radar market, and the reasons for engineers to embrace this field.

Biography:

Dr. Lo Monte has extensive and diversified experience in applied Radar, RF, DSP, EW systems design and prototyping, from small companies, consulting, academia, research institutions, to large defense contractors and government agencies worldwide. He serves as Chief Scientist at Telephonics, a top-100 defense corporation specializing in ISR, with the role of translating research innovations into commercial products. Prior to that, he was a Professor at the University of Dayton, and the Executive Director of the Mumma Radar Laboratory. Dr. Lo Monte has published over 70 peer-reviewed journal papers, conference proceedings, book chapters, and patents.


Throughout his career, he gained experience in HF-to-W Band radar systems prototyping, including AESAs, ASW/ASuW radars, AEW radars, multistatic and MIMO radars, SAR/ISAR and tomography, GPR, SAA, passive sensing and geolocation, IED/EFP/UAS detection, ballistic missile defense radar, resonance and nonlinear exploitation, RF/IR integration, EA/EP/ES, AMTI/GMTI/MMTI/DMTI, clutter modeling, antenna/microwave design and measurements, instrumentation control, computational electromagnetics, inverse scattering, DSP, PCB and packaging technology, and CAD.


Dr. Lo Monte is highly active in the IEEE community: he was the General Chair for IEEE RadarConf’22, and served in the AESS Board of Governors as the VP for Education, and in the Region 1 (Northeast USA) as VP for Industry. Dr. Lo Monte was also a Technical Editor of the IEEE Sensors Journal for many years. Dr. Lo Monte is also an AESS Distinguished Lecturer and an approved AESS Short Course Instructor. He taught many short courses in radar, EW and RF worldwide, including at AFRL, NASIC, AFLCMC, MIT, Fraunhofer Institute (Germany) and DSTO (Australia), Singapore, as well as underrepresented sections such as Algeria, Saudi Arabia and Bolivia.

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Please note that this lecture will not be recorded and the slide deck will not be published.